Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category CAR - Test 4
Question 1 of 50
You're waiting to emerge from a junction. The windscreen pillar is restricting your view. What should you be particularly aware of?
Question 2 of 50
What should you do as you approach this bridge?
Move to the right
Keep to 30 mph
Question 3 of 50
You're approaching a zebra crossing. Pedestrians are waiting to cross. What should you do?
Give way to the elderly and infirm only
Slow down and prepare to stop
Use your headlights to indicate they can cross
Wave at them to cross the road
Question 4 of 50
In which conditions should you leave at least a two-second gap between your vehicle and the one in front?
Question 5 of 50
Which of the following shouldn't be kept in your vehicle?
The car dealer's details
The owner's manual
The service record
The vehicle registration document
Question 6 of 50
What will happen if your car's wheels are unbalanced?
The steering will pull to one side
The steering will vibrate
The brakes will fail
The tyres will deflate
Question 7 of 50
You service your own vehicle. How should you get rid of the old engine oil?
Take it to a local-authority site
Pour it down a drain
Tip it into a hole in the ground
Put it in your dustbin
Question 8 of 50
Which of these makes your tyres illegal?
They were bought second-hand
They have a large, deep cut in the side wall
They're of different makes
They have different tread patterns
Question 9 of 50
What does it mean if this light comes on while you're driving?
A fault in the braking system
The engine oil is low
A rear light has failed
Your seat belt isn't fastened
Question 10 of 50
What would suggest you're driving on ice?
There's less wind noise
There's less tyre noise
There's less transmission noise
There's less engine noise
Question 11 of 50
In good conditions, what's the typical stopping distance at 70 mph?
53 metres (175 feet)
60 metres (197 feet)
73 metres (240 feet)
96 metres (315 feet)
Question 12 of 50
Why should you reduce your speed when driving along this road?
A staggered junction is ahead
A low bridge is ahead
The road surface changes ahead
The road narrows ahead
Question 13 of 50
A driver pulls out of a side road in front of you, causing you to brake hard. What should you do?
Ignore the error and stay calm
Flash your lights to show your annoyance
Sound your horn to show your annoyance
Overtake as soon as possible
Question 14 of 50
You're planning a long journey. Do you need to plan rest stops?
Yes, you should plan to stop every half an hour
Yes, regular stops help concentration
No, you'll be less tired if you get there as soon as possible
No, only fuel stops will be needed
Question 15 of 50
When driving a car fitted with automatic transmission, what would you use 'kick down' for?
Question 16 of 50
Some two-way roads are divided into three lanes. Why are these particularly dangerous?
Traffic in both directions can use the middle lane to overtake
Traffic can travel faster in poor weather conditions
Traffic can overtake on the left
Traffic uses the middle lane for emergencies only
Question 17 of 50
You see a horse rider as you approach a roundabout. What should you do if they're signalling right but keeping well to the left?
Proceed as normal
Keep close to them
Cut in front of them
Stay well back
Question 18 of 50
You're driving past a line of parked cars. You notice a ball bouncing out into the road ahead. What should you do?
Continue driving at the same speed and sound your horn
Continue driving at the same speed and flash your headlights
Slow down and be prepared to stop for children
Stop and wave the children across to fetch their ball
Question 19 of 50
What should you do when approaching this crossing?
Prepare to slow down and stop
Stop and wave the pedestrians across
Speed up and pass by quickly
Continue unless the pedestrians step out
Question 20 of 50
You're driving past parked cars. You notice a bicycle wheel sticking out between them. What should you do?
Accelerate past quickly and sound your horn
Slow down and wave the cyclist across
Brake sharply and flash your headlights
Slow down and be prepared to stop for a cyclist
Question 21 of 50
Show me how you switch your headlight from dipped to main beam and explain how you would know the main beam is on. (Choose all that apply).
Turn ignition on (if necessary)
Turn your dipped headlights on
Activate main beam headlights
Check the blue headlight warning light is off
Question 22 of 50
Which sign means that there may be people walking along the road?
Question 23 of 50
Which of these signs means there's a double bend ahead?
Question 24 of 50
You're following a long vehicle. As it approaches a crossroads, it signals left but moves out to the right. What should you do?
Get closer in order to pass it quickly
Stay well back and give it room
Assume the signal is wrong and that it's turning right
Overtake it as it starts to slow down
Question 25 of 50
What should you do as you approach this lorry?
Slow down and be prepared to wait
Make the lorry wait for you
Flash your lights at the lorry
Move to the right-hand side of the road
Question 26 of 50
You're driving down a long, steep hill. You suddenly notice that your brakes aren't working as well as normal. What's the usual cause of this?
The brakes overheating
Air in the brake fluid
Oil on the brakes
Badly adjusted brakes
Question 27 of 50
What should you do when there's been a heavy fall of snow?
Drive with your hazard warning lights on
Don't drive unless you have a mobile phone
Only drive when your journey is short
Don't drive unless it's essential
Question 28 of 50
You're travelling on a road that has speed humps. What should you do when the driver in front is travelling more slowly than you?
Sound your horn
Overtake as soon as you can
Flash your headlights
Slow down and stay behind
Question 29 of 50
You're on a smart motorway. A mandatory speed limit is displayed above the hard shoulder. What does this mean?
You shouldn't travel in this lane
The hard shoulder can be used as a running lane
You can park on the hard shoulder if you feel tired
You can pull up in this lane to answer a mobile phone
Question 30 of 50
What should the left-hand lane of a motorway be used for?
Breakdowns and emergencies only
Overtaking slower traffic in the other lanes
Slow vehicles only
Question 31 of 50
You break down on a motorway. You need to call for help. Why may it be better to use an emergency roadside telephone rather than a mobile phone?
It connects you to a local garage
Using a mobile phone will distract other drivers
It allows easy location by the emergency services
Mobile phones don't work on motorways
Question 32 of 50
You're on a two-lane dual carriageway. Why would you use the right-hand lane?
To overtake slower traffic
For normal progress
When staying at the minimum allowed speed
To keep driving at a constant high speed
Question 33 of 50
When mustn't you stop on a clearway?
At any time
When it's busy
In the rush hour
During daylight hours
Question 34 of 50
Other than direction indicators, how can you give signals to other road users?
By using brake lights
By using sidelights
By using fog lights
By using interior lights
Question 35 of 50
You're driving over a level crossing. The warning lights come on and a bell rings. What should you do?
Get everyone out of the vehicle immediately
Stop and reverse back to clear the crossing
Keep going and clear the crossing
Stop immediately and use your hazard warning lights
Question 36 of 50
Why should you make sure that your indicators are cancelled after turning?
To avoid flattening the battery
To avoid misleading other road users
To avoid dazzling other road users
To avoid damage to the indicator relay
Question 37 of 50
You're on a motorway. A lorry has stopped in the right-hand lane. What should you do when you see this sign on the lorry?
Move into the right-hand lane
Stop behind the flashing lights
Pass the lorry on the left
Leave the motorway at the next exit
Question 38 of 50
What does this traffic sign mean?
Slippery road ahead
Tyres liable to punctures ahead
Service area ahead
Question 39 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Steep hill downwards
Steep hill upwards
Question 40 of 50
What information would be shown in a triangular road sign?
Question 41 of 50
A police car is following you. The police officer flashes the headlights and points to the left. What should you do?
Turn left at the next junction
Pull up on the left
Move over to the left
Question 42 of 50
Where can you find reflective amber studs on a motorway?
Separating the slip road from the motorway
On the left-hand edge of the road
On the right-hand edge of the road
Separating the lanes
Question 43 of 50
You have third-party insurance. What does this cover?
Damage to your vehicle
Fire damage to your vehicle
Flood damage to your vehicle
Damage to other vehicles
Question 44 of 50
Your car requires an MOT certificate. When is it legal to drive it without an MOT certificate?
Up to seven days after the old certificate has run out
When driving to an MOT centre to arrange an appointment
When driving the car with the owner's permission
When driving to an appointment at an MOT centre
Question 45 of 50
A casualty has an injured arm. They can move it freely but it's bleeding. Why should you get them to keep it in a raised position?
It will ease the pain
It will help them to be seen more easily
To stop them touching other people
It will help to reduce the blood flow
Question 46 of 50
When should you use hazard warning lights?
When you slow down quickly on a motorway because of a hazard ahead
When you leave your car at the roadside to visit a shop
When you wish to stop on double yellow lines
When you need to park on the pavement
Question 47 of 50
You're at an incident. What could you do to help a casualty who's unconscious?
Take photographs of the scene
Check that they're breathing normally
Move them to somewhere more comfortable
Splash their face with cool water
Question 48 of 50
You're towing a small trailer on a busy three-lane motorway. What must you do if all the lanes are open?
Not exceed 50 mph
Have a stabiliser fitted
Use only the left-hand and centre lanes
Question 49 of 50
You arrive at the scene of a crash where someone is bleeding heavily from a wound in their arm. Nothing is embedded in the wound. What could you do to help?
Walk them around and keep them talking
Dab the wound
Get them a drink
Apply pressure over the wound
Question 50 of 50
Your vehicle breaks down in a tunnel. What should you do?
Stay in your vehicle and wait for the police
Stand in the lane behind your vehicle to warn others
Stand in front of your vehicle to warn oncoming drivers
Switch on hazard warning lights, then go and call for help